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Injuries in Recruiting

Injuries in Recruiting

Original Article: 1001RecruitTips.com One of the toughest adversities all athletes face are injuries, particularly season-ending or career-ending injuries. From my experiences, they are much tougher mentally on most players than...
by Nate Dortonon September 06, 2018
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Q: I was getting recruited by multiple schools last year, but had a season-ending injury. I’m back now, how do I get recruited again?

A: Injuries, in most cases, are more mentally challenging than physically challenging to recover from. And depending on when your injury occurs (freshman year vs. junior year), you may have a little tougher route to getting scholarship offers, but it’s not impossible. Yes, you can […]
by 1001recruittipson August 12, 2018
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Q: At what point do injures become a factor in recruiting?

A: One of the toughest adversities all athletes face are injuries, particularly season-ending or career-ending injuries. From my experiences, they are much tougher mentally on most players than physically and a setback you can likely overcome. From a recruiting standpoint, not all season-ending injuries will […]
by 1001recruittipson August 12, 2018
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What if an Injury Interrupts My Career?

One of the toughest adversities all athletes face are injuries, particularly season or career-ending injuries. From my experiences, they are much tougher mentally on most players than physically. From a recruiting standpoint, not all season-ending injuries will effect your potential to earn a scholarship. From […]
by 1001recruittipson August 01, 2018
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Junior College Route: A Path to NCAA Scholarships

JUNIOR COLLEGE ROUTE If you aren’t getting the scholarship offers that you want or feel you should be getting by the end of your senior season, one of the final options to think about is to attend a Junior College for a year or two. […]
by 1001recruittipson August 01, 2018
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